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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 August 1906

TUB TVV!Cli-A-VfIRK HERALD AUfl. 28 !9o6 SAY Democratic Ntminations for State Senator Representative District Judge and Distr Attorney. All From Potter County. WlrhlU Fall Tex. Aug. 2.1. The Democratic convention of tlx ttonutorinl dlMi-let met lierc toriuy nnd after llic report of (lie crclcnllnl committee and a permanent organ! ration Imrt hern perfected Judge John V. Venle of Ainnrillo wim nominated for Mate (trim tor. The nniue of M opponent DuvIh K. lc It- er of Quanali wuh not placed before tlio convention. Tho forty-neventh Judtrlnl eonvrn- tlon mot this morning In the county court room nt 11 o'clock for the pur- pose of nuking nominations for tlio office of District Attorney and Judge. Chairman M. J. K. JnckKon called the convention to order and appointed Judgo Q. Moore of Armstrong coun- ty ns temporary secretary. On roll call delegates from the following counties were present: I'otter 2 Deaf Bmlth 1 Handall 1 Oldham 1 Don- ley 1 and HrlKioo 1. The counties that had no repr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 August 1906

1 i "!. " ' II v j ' M-.-'vt(l ' S'l" . ... ... J' 'y t ' f ' I i i ' ' m ' ' 1 i " ' THE TWICK-AAVH1-K HERALD AUG. 28 I9O6. r r r 1 1 f 1 1 i:i OFEII CULVERT. BesrsrPfSScassr Mou 1 Wrecked at Ada. ftrcj Csi:het Ditched. Several Pesp!t Injured. Not Seriously. '(from' Frlday'i Tatlr rinhndl.) Vt rck hooioo U ttlll biuy on however wan till und tk4)arr. Iit right nr Ada iidJnjp ibout nip mllt thl ldo of TftMotk tn flrat itutlon oortli on tit Xnvr th aorth bound J nvr ptiMnctr nt Into n open culvert 4ttckd ' thr far and llcroped part tt tie arookftr. By her good luck "Which approach a mlrtelo only two pnatngeri were ierlounly Jajurtd and no lif was lout In the wrack. Tn namea of the aerlounly Injur t d arai A. L. WILSON Guymon Okla. collar ton broken. Wllnon la i you or man and unmarried. C. B. CA8TEEL Calnefl f)kla. araall bonof log broken. CmJchI U a. aintU man about thirty years of Both the wounded men received prompt surgical attention' and wore taken to their homes on the first tra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 August 1906

THE TWICE-A-WC A f RAID now rnTFR wood cwvf. to tub TT" TT 4 ril m 1 f PANHWDLK. IK We Want Your'-B JJf tTium d ny rompl.Mnt. nbmit "t (1mpnii import It to Pr .;;-:zinrrrr:jrlll mak H up In 8"p- IM prcldd (ivw our n rrM MMnfiiftloix 4('" ' AMAkiiia." itVWw 1 FRIDAY rr -i" VOL. XXI. AUGUST 31 1906 NO. 70 T w. J. BOSS TO WED. TRADING COMPANY A FRAUD. r Twice Dafeald Candidate For Highest Honor Within the Gift of 30000- 000 People is the Object Today Of All American Eyes- Will Again Be the Nominee. KEYNOTE OF NEXT PRESIDENTIAL "Commoners" Address Al Madison Square Garden Tonight Maybe the Outline ct Issues For Hie Political Fight in 1 908 Receives the Newspaper Men Cot Refuses to Talk Politics-Opinion About Russia. CAMPAGN 1rlt. An; 0. Thr appear ere In h harbor pMerdi.v of (ho North German Lloyd liner I'linecsu Irene bavin on bo.nd Mr. nnd Mrs. TVllllnm .Tcnninp Hryan. the Ma- ra (or wild cheers fruiu the thou ands (if iM iiviriiilh from iill irti-r the country who were p;iiheivi nl I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 August 1906

v TWICE-A-WCEK ! HAN 10 FOULLY ST Lazj? Lira Body llwibly Ripped and Slashed and Jugular Vein end Windpipe Almost Severed K York Aug. I. Mn. AnnU wtu found morderad arly today la furnished room on Six Hundred and Second atrttt. 6t bad baa horribly ripped and alaahed. On gain sever- ed the jugular Tela la the left aide of the tbroat and another almost severed her windpipe. Her breast waa badlr alaibed and a deep knife thrust bad rlppvd open the body dlecmbowellng It No weapon was found and thei i were ytrj few blood tnarka around the room. Jarots Moore tho woman's husband waa held by the police on suspicion. It waa he who notified the police of the murder. r Th horrible wounds which wore found on the womans body recalld the Jack th Riper a murderer some years ago. Investigation showed aliens of struggling and tho police have con- cluded that tho woman had been t- tacked In her sleep. Moore main- tains that ha Is Innocent. The mur dered woman was a widow or tho prisoner's brother. Aft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 August 1906

) THE TWICH-A-WEEK HERALD AUC1.31 1506 3 THE TWICB.A.WEEK HERALD Pufchiheit fith TuMdtr and Frlrta by r. p.. bohsbn Entered aMhe Postoffice at Amarillo Tms as nrcond cIari mail wat.Ur. Official Orrea M I he CUT ( Amarlll. and Pntlvr Cminlr. ADTERTISINQ KATI!S; I S ent per tnrh ear.h lnertlon. S pi lih. each miction. I rent f wniif At inrtlon I ct pal worrteerliauhiequiint insertion Purity loc-i'l riiMiflxt SUBSCKIPflON $1.00 Pit. YEAR Thi H Air will c rorninj to van when your irrt v.e unle we are authotirol lo continue it ohsul'l ny inMcrlbar fall IB reuene Tim HlMir regularly plane aflyue lit at one by ce-4 or telephone. Any .rronaem reflettinn upon (he character tUnamf ?r re pulation nt ary reimn firm or cor- PO'etion whirh may appeaim ipeeutiimn nl Til HllUI r will ha iaily riilrli"i lipnn lt bains breuint ro the atteniwn nt the pi'hlnliai . rninAT AWi. si i nor. i)i;iori;M ic tu kkt. J For (Inventor T. M. t"miibr.l of Palestine. Fur l.liiitcnanl (iovornor " A. It. lvlN.n f Ciier...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 August 1906

' THR TWICB-A-WPRK HliPM.O. AUQ. M. 1006 LOCAL .NEWS. TCESDAT. Mrs. A. J. Nsweome of Terrell ! rUltlng Mrs. J. U. Frailer. ' W. T. Gori of Ada I. T. U In the city with a r!w of locatlBK. W. D. Cap a mil estats man of Children li In Amarillo today. Mn. J. T. Older and Mn. Swrp stor.e ft yesterday for New York. MUi HfU I-ay of Hereford U vis iting her uncle W. M. Lay. E. D. Qreen and 0. A. Oower are Jn Canyon taking In the Reunion. Horace Rutaell and C. A. Gordon of the Dally Panhandle are among the Bight seers in Canyon today. Geo. McKlnstry and wife of Fort Worth ara visiting J. D. McKlnatry and wife. Tom Carter of Carter Bros. llrery men at Hereford wee In Amarlllo yesterday. J. It. Donaldson and wife and son returned Saturday from a trip through Colorado. j. W. Wells of Memphis Teias has bean visiting his son Prof. L. A. and family returned homo today. F. E. Beatty and wife of Erlck Okla. are visiting' Mrs. F. l. Flnhcr sd will apond several weeka In Arua- jrlllo. J. Clande Wells ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 August 1906

ti - v I ' " 1 1 f-f !. THE TWICH-A-WHRK MRPM.D.' AUGUST 31 1006 5 JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN Tf'ESDAY. That rental Coaduetor Rush li aandllnj th excursion train to Can- yon. Jndn Kdwlt Lacey of Ingvlow T. was In town yesterday attar a trip to Deaf flmtth county to look Alter the Gregg County School lands Dr. A. J. Laird and W. 0. Duryea Xowana who arq partial to tho Tan- bandle returned to their homes to- day after several days' visit In tho Amarlllo country. J. 8. Carlisle with S. TV. Carlisle and C. Sarlll of Bradshaw Neb. havo returned home after coniplotlns the eurrey on the land Mr. Carlisle bought some time ago south of Ania- rlllo. Captain Imslc of Denton Is hero for two week's visit In tho Panhandle !wltlx his nephew Mr. Lusk of this city. Ho will attend tho Vetorntw' reunion at Canyon and spend scvcrnl tfayt on the ranch of an old friend. 8. W. Voss of Bcllo Plain la. was a tlsitor to the Tanhondle offlco this morning. He likes tho Panhandle ho well that ho will movo bis family h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 August 1906

if1""''1'! . ... I-Jllj ' THE TWICE-A-WI-HK HERALD AUGUST M 1006. 1 - 1 1 '-ltl CITY HYUN Two Tteiisand Peopto Attend Hie "Old Vets" .Rb- . union Yesterday and All Have a Glorious ; TimeFun For Everybody. TRIOUTE TO THE OLD SOLDIERS W. P. Midkltl of Gainesville Delivers Address Re- Ylsvini tli3 Strenuous Times of to "Boys In ' Gray" In '61. Canyon Cll.r. Tex.. Auk. 29. tfnder tbo tiiiilllnu sKIch of icr- ftrt Pannandlo August day tuid with Canyon City glvlnff the glad hand to yueata two thousand ueoplo cujoyed tM fln-t day yoHterday. There- wire itches In the tmvllllon Ironrho bvsttDg In front of tho grand stand and a rattling sood ball pnuio ou ttie field. Thero was martial mimic from the Canyon City bund und fifty avn vnrletl from merry-po round popcorn vapon and tho stmill boy with thi larfto whistle. Thrra im red 5cmonae pink lemonade chaw- ing gum and "BcaKya'a." Thera was rellow-laigad chicken that grew ou tba aouth plains and tho watermel- ons tbat would bring tha aerpent to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 August 1906

Tlin TWICG-A-WCHK HERALD AUO. 31 !9o6 With Ccpilal and Surplus of $2900000 Is Forced to the Wall. Philadelphia Aug. 2. The Ileal Eitate Trust comiuny cloned Its doors this evening. It hns a cnjiltal and surplus of twcnty-nlno hundred thou- sand dollar nnd dvpoxlts u( moro than $7500000. It wan established in 1885 by Frank K. Hlpplo who was Iti president up to the tlmo of IiIh death last Friday. Thoro nro rumors to the effect that Mr. Hippie's death which was assigned o cerebral heuio- rhage was not the result of natural causes. Judgo Audcnrcld In tho Common Tleas court this evening appointed Oeorgo H. Earlo Jr. president of tho Flnanco company receiver for the Real Estate Trust ctmpnny. In ad- dition to Its deposits tho company had $26167683 truBt funds Invested and $60483400 held by tho company as depository and trustee for the Issues of collateral trust funds Philadelphia Pa. Auff. 29. A crowd of doposltors gathered early today nt tho corner of Broad and Chestnut Btrcets surroundi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 August 1906

8 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AU(1. .11 !g06. imbed urn house f.fyWw-OII Man Gets "Tco luch" and Not Hfc'i Sorry Courts Have id lnulpg Tht Bo'r.f ftvroMhsd another rti- cut in thft di!y grlut ef tM rourt rrMerdu. L P. Ltfffrty. frm he.od n mpKt f Flrvrf dIry euth of ton. rld romh hnunn IB the Mrfle rmuurnt opj.onlte trm Vpffn ttt.lfin find In ttm murm of ti d ltTlruJty n!iheii Dan Juno fcliher -with th bl blHl of a pot kef. Vrlfe. Jon Rtory. pn Jonei t try tonkins yo'irr ictn ho bi! from Colormlj vj that Liffarty ho und- thi !n fiurr of liquor uni Into the im- tiurint during th noon hour nd very nil ladle In th rtanrnt r.d Jeroe nharply rernonptriited lrh hfto. " Lifferty retortM with a atring ft abup and profanity which Jone rtfufd to taka. Ha ordered th of- fender out of. the plar and after or- dara filled hacked up hl words by miMrg Lafferty 1n the. fare with a t)it. Lafferty theu drew a knlf ad tb two men rllnchfd. Laffr(y llfls!d Jonca about the neck and tick aa much ai bp could. O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 September 1906

1 V 1 TwiceaLWeek llttie VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS TUUSDAY SEPTUHBER 4 1906 NO. 7! Herald SMITH THE NOMINEE II Opposes State Machine Advocates Disfranchise- ment of Negroes. and DEMOCRACY'S LEADER Clark Howell the Defeated Candidate No Longer Bears That Distinction. Bit- ter and Sensational Campaign Macon (. Sept. 4. Tho nomi- nation of lloko Smith for governor of fienrRM by the Democratic ron- r n1 ltn hold In the Auditorium here today ended 0110 of tho bitterest and most sensational campaigns in the history of southern politics. Ths buttle was practically nettled At the primaries beld Aiinut "2 and the convention merely ratified the peo- ple's l imit e. Hoke Smith la a native of North Carolina coming to Oeorgia when 1" years of hrc Kor many years he wsr the editor and proprietor of the Atlanta Journal and was serre- tary of the interior in President Cleveland' eahlnct. fi m I Mi made the r.iep on a plat- form oppose? the i.o i-3l.-f Ktalp tn ln-. ar1VH'lnK the illr.fran chls"mn' o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 September 1906

TWICE-A-VVKEK HERALD SEPT 4 I?oo. HAHA EDITOil IS FOUND DEAD Edward Rosswater a Pioneer Newspaper Man and Proprietor of The Omaha Bee Passes Away in the District Court Room. CANDIDATE F0I1 U. S SENATE Returned Last Evening Presumably In Best of Health From 'Waterloo Where Ha Had Delivered an Address to the Old Soldiers of Nebraska. r Omaha Neb. "Aug. Sl.--Edward Hoaewater proprietor and editor of the Omaha Roe and prominently Identified with tho political financial and liUHlnoKii world of Omaha nnd the stale of Nebraska for forty years was found dead In the district court room on the third floor of tho lice building early today. llosewntcr went to Waterloo Neb. Thursday afternoon where ho dellverd on od- drss to tho old aoldlera who wore holding a picnic and reached Omaha on his return at 7 p. ni. ' lie was in his office during the evening but was not noon by 'members of his family after return- ing from Waterloo. It Ih presumed that he stepped Into the court room nd sat down for a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 September 1906

rw f"rv ivy v1 r-r- "-eni' r h w-v -r THE TWICE-A-WOEK HERALD SEPT. 4 1906 rY"?-mm" " t IP TWICE.WtEK HERALD fuWrtUIohTulT n Friday rf MJ.10I.Hrt EtilterM a tha Postoflceet AmarillftJ TlnMl Bsoend class mail matter. ffletel erase t Ik CHf el AsuHlle a rttter County DVKRTIBINtl RATBft WfTt " .a sent taah aaok sjeiltDiit BAJMt earila per HnM4AlntrUVh. i (4 . .t WOrd eeAi ubeeo.uar tnierljeii tUlONimON 11.00 pbr Tim Tin Mawa. wffl mh alrt r when yur ! expire unuti we tie authen! oesonue it ' ' 1 Sheets tnr l.irlber K LP rttultrlr pltet eerS er tllephen. fl t Teoelre Tee tdflH Ul at tntt by Any arroneeut ufleollen un the eheraclet 'idlM fpuelea el enr prtsn Arm er eer- rortnon whlen m prr in Ihtculumni of Tmi Hilo will fee eeireet.4 upn Itl b.lne; rrouf W le the ett.nnon ef the etiMiiheri. Tl'KSnAY PKPT. 4. DEMOCHATIO TICKET .c. ;TI ; iP" For Governor T. ef. Campbell of Palestine !l I'or Lieutenant (Snvcrnor I? At I. Davidson of Ciicro ( For Attorney (Jcncral H. V. Davidson of Galveston...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 September 1906

.. .... . - ' J THB TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD SEPT. 4 1906 4 I ' LOCAL NEWS. Fit ID AY. 11 Popnam left the first of tha eclt for Kansaa City. Mlra Ethel Harrison of 8hawne t). T. la bow with th Famous. Mii Allea Irlea of Hamilton 1 ri- al la Tlattlna; tier cousin M las Kino tfrowu. Mra. Phil Panltn and chllrdan ar- rived Wtdnesday from California and ara stopping at the Klrnhlrst. W. R. Harvey a stockman of Hutchinson count wn In Amarlllo yasterday. MUi Victoria Gren bin returned from a visit with her sister at Hutca- lon Kan. T. M. Lanham a prosperous ranch and buslncm nmn of (Juymon 0. T. was In Amnrlllo Wednesday. H. B. Malone who has bern here with business friends has returned to rtogwcll. Mrs. M. K. Harrison and daugh- ter of Shawnee O. T. are visiting Mr. John Kdjro and family. Miss Grace Uroadwell who Is upending the summer here with her brother. Fred llroadwell and fumlly returned Monday from a visit with friends at Dulhart. Mr. and Mrs. StorUdenther ara here from Arkansu City Kn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 September 1906

I THH twicr-vwppk iippai n 5"PTnnrR 4 m6 DTTINGS ACOLT TOWN Fill DAY. Tom Miilone. of hoswoll Ih h?rv with hli brother Hoss MhIoiio. MrpI Fly of Dullim Ih vihltlnR hi brothurr V. G. ami D. It. l'ly. R. C. Howdor wrnt to Mlnml venter- riiiy on euttlo luiHlnoKs. The T. V. 0. Club met yphtcrday afternoon nt Minn Jennlo WpucI'h. ChiirlfB (lonlon rlr"Mlntor for the Dally l'Kiilinndk' Ih In llororuiit to- dny. MIrh Annie I.fti Howren loft yes- terday for ficoi 'ftctowii wliero fIio will enter .Soul hwimi'in I'lihciMtv. I Mr. limn i- nuicliniaii of tho Chr- rndon country wns visiting with Aim- iirllln frirndH yesterday. Mr. DdsH. ioii of .!. J. JViss lclt yosterdny fur Kliliinoinl Ky. vIk:. ho will itllrnd tho university. Klnier Ni'liioti lift for Canadian yw.t onlay w!ito lie will contlniio his work In the Canadian Ai'adi'iny. Ir. 1 1 av m. a johhk physician from riciiHant 1'lalnn. 111.. Is here gottlni; aivjiinlnted with tho Panhandle. J. W. Tiioiiias and W. A. dray WL'iii to Amarlllo Su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 September 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEKK HERALD SEPTEMBER 4 1906. AGRICULTURAL AWARDS llr.i Slut vi VtzUb!i Eihiiit it Cm- rii City Hlglily Scetssfu!-Ti!k (f i Blr Fair. CtaroB CUy Sept. 1. -Tha iub- roa of thlii ytr'i Hart toward flut.ttMk ihw hti Dft9urfd tht mtnutmtnt to arraoge for a .much mor txfnaWt ahow rit yr. Th tuft ihowTi whij In no rat va- riety nd extent w of high grade an rflerted credit on raahacdle tk Induitrr. ftrock Know Award. The Judf in th iiofk ahow were Cint 0111. Terry Mo ; W. U Garner Cnyo and A. M rotter Amarlllo. The awarda In the rarloua claaf vera ai followa: Fpan ft mulea over 3-yeara-old. Jit prlia. C. T. I)sraftfnreld. .. Moat etyllah turnout. 1 at nrlir. Mr. T. H. Rowan; 2nd prle Trivia Rhaw. Colt claaa. lat prlie. 8. B. If- tin; Ind. Babe Whitman. Molt colU.l'at. Ed Reynolds; :nd. H. Jonea. ; Tiirkeya. lat prlee Mrs. John Morrowe. d)lfkna 1st prlte. Mri. Mary Morrowe. . . Tioga. let prise Dary Thon)"". The abowlng of tnulea and mul colta th "Mlaaourl" aort. but horn and br...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 September 1906

THB TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD SEPT. 4 I0o6 1st STRENUOUS 0AY VVHIfam Jesinto Bryan Travels the Route Laid Out For Him By the Reception Committee Ne York Sop! l.jf Willliim .Tr-nnlnr.'' Hrvvn tr.iveh Mm nuili- lulil out for him ihl.i nfii'innon anil ovrnluR !ic will Iki vo a n'linum il'iy. Mr. Nryan roturnoil Hilt inorriliiK froin l!ridc.;ifirt Cunn. vlino Ik fji'Mit tlir us thi- linot of Sen ator MrNr-ll. I.nfp 1 h is nfiiMiintm tlir wfiiry hui lmJoiiltalil" N.'Ihm l. -i it win j.:o to .Wsp.v City when- hn will lu nut by n ronuiilltp" of ii(inilnint Now .lfM-Hoy rti'iniirin;s who will r.-icoit lilm to tlm cluli house of tin- KoIipii hold. I!r!doiort. Conn. Frpt. 1. Wll li.uii .1. Urynn Wt for Now York on tin1 tuiHiilr.K train toil.iy. lie rxprrw;- rii iiinis(ir n iiiiiK In rNi'i'llftit ion- diilnii for n busy day before Ills ile- inirtiire for the c.iPt. mi Ms wiiy from Hrlikoport Mr. Hrynn :ih id.KpiI what lie tlioii;;!it Hlifiit the nri;iii)iei)t of certain Kc- IMilill'iuis that l'resld...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 September 1906

THE TWICB-A-WUI-K IIBRALD SKPT. i loOti. the mm CLOSES. kerrnrn Anniml Meeting of Old ( on- federate at Canyon City It Now Hlitoi7. . TtDjoo City Aug. HI.- Th mt- atb anunal Confederal and Want J tut Cowboy reunion cam to a ticeimful eloaa yi tarda. The crowd ob tha grounda wara not to Urea aa tha day bafora but tha neo rla of the Panhandla wara atlll en Jovlug Canyon'a honpltallt y. . Two Klaa A1lrM. - Hon. CUranr.t Outlay editor of tha Fort Worth Reror4 dellvarcd tha ttroBifit addraia heard during the raunlon yeiterdty morning. He It practical man a keen and clear talnlrr and haa a direct forceful de- livery. Ha dealt in a enlbi logi- cal manner with tha Usuea now be- fore the people of the aoutb. Hon. Mr. Adania delivered an elo- quent oration to. the Veteran! and their frlenda In the afternoon. Old Confederate! fcee the Hhowt. After the routine butltiett of the gttherlng had been flnUhed the "old oyi" In a body went the roundt nd took In all the attnictlona on the grounda. The n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 7 September 1906

i neraM W!C VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. THXAS FRIDAY SEITI:HBER 7 1906 NO. 72 v. library Austin rLA N Vt '"" FROM THE GRAVE President Hippie Was Not Content With One Steal For There Seems to Be No End to the Variety ot Juggles SAYS "STEGAL GOT IT ALL." But Two Directors Have Profited in Fees to the Three-Quarters of a Million-Receiver Earle "None Will Be Spared" Amount of Says IN CHARGE OFMNGEBS. Itroulil lit TiiM mi in I'rrirlit rrirmlo Ktimii ItcM iiint; Thcnt. Tucson Sept. I. Carlnt Humbert. Uriino Tivvlnn and denarii Vi'liii- ria Hie toi'iMiit'i'i ;nnt.t(i on ii i ha me T ln liin;; a c ti I linn In Mero were lriii;bf lo 'I'll' : "ii v c;.- terduy by I he iaiu;er.. 'liny 10 1 1 1 x lo talk. Hcvt-nt v five .MoNira'i cav alrytneii hv a r 1 1 c -. 1 march from ('alitnae leached Nm'.1 Ii n t-'nii'.t o Irnliiy In ir-Vfi t ;in itt T'iiitl nl' 1 1 1 -friends of l In' 1 1 1 -Isuiici s Id cross I In- border and rescue llh' pi haulers. CnlU'il SI ill is ilist riit iiMortiey e- iiniliM' l fi l'hoon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 7 September 1906

.uut-WbtiK HERALD 5EPT 7 19o6. 3! ?1 lis! if' ..! S31 If M I: FAVORS REFORM fl flcsrly All States Represented In Ccnferencs to Censor Election cl Senators. ed were Ttkln Shanghai Canton and Hong Kong Chlm; Eeoul Korea Bangkok Slam Calcutta and Boat' bar India and Damaeue and Jerusa- lem Palestine. Cairo waa the only African city visited. Id Europe Mr. Bryan rnade atopa at Constantinople Athena Vienna Budapest St. Peters- burg Stockholm Cbrlstlane Dublin London Paris Bern Madrid and Ca-dli. FARMERS' UNION CONVENTION DENVER ItOAD NEEDS MEV. DIRECT PRIMARIES frMm Utj It Adapted ftescmsondlnc TMi liM Ptatflng ?vmh of CobsMobiI kmtml Dea Molnei Iowa Sept. J.- Nearly 11 of the states of the anion are represented by commissions of fire delegates each to the conference tailed by Governor Comtulna to con- alder means by which United States senaters may be selected by direct yota of the people. It la likely that the conference will mult in soma definite action for the purpose of securing a co...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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